From a local private source, I learned that the camp in question was built in 1941 for German Wehrmacht needs and was purposed for the preparation of local young people for future serving in the German army. It was built by RAD Reichsarbeitdiennst and since 1942 the commander was a German called Wum.
After the capitulation of Italy in 1943, Germany placed some of these allied soldiers in this camp. It seems also that it was then used as collecting place of the Jews during the "treatment" of the local jewish population.
Just before the end of WW2, the "Vlasov army" has been placed there and in April 1945 two or three German canons were placed in the camp, ready fo intervention. Jablunkov was "freed" by Soviet red army on May 2. in 1945, after the war, the camp was also used as "assembly place" for the local people of German nationality before they were transported to Germany, in terms with agreement of allied powers.
Has somebody memories, souvenirs or pictures of this period of 1941-1945. It would be very interesting for the reconstitution of the History of Jablunkov in this period. I don't understand the position of the Burgomaster of Jablunkov where I wrote allready four times without any response, who seems to "negate" this important part of the history from the city of Jablunkov.